Dell Medical School was created in partnership with the community, so what matters to you matters to us.
We get input by involving community voices in things like:
- Shaping our LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes and Population Health teams’ work.
- Selecting key leaders, such as in health equity.
- Advising us via our Community Strategy Team, focused on rethinking ways to meet the health needs of those historically underserved.
We also host events to keep the community informed, and produce annual reports on our work to revolutionize how people get and stay healthy in Travis County and beyond.
Have a question we don’t answer in our reporting? We invite you to reach out anytime.
Working in collaboration with diverse partners, Dell Medical School is benefiting Travis County residents and supporting the mission of Central Health in multiple ways. See below for the latest reports on our progress.
This July 2018 snapshot provides several examples of how Dell Med is creating impact our community, from the launch of our UT Health Austin clinics to improving health care for women and expanding access to specialty care. A printable report is also available in English and Spanish.
This report connects Dell Med’s progress to objectives outlined in Central Health’s Strategic Work Plan for FY2019 and FY2020, provides specific examples of how Dell Med is improving care locally and investing in a better system for the future, and outlines some future plans. It also includes an overview of the school’s FY2017 expenses, as well planned FY2019 expenses to help improve understanding of how taxpayer funds are used to support Central Health’s mission.
Dell Med’s 2017 reporting included two snapshots. The first is a broad-based Community Impact Update that highlights how, during its start-up phase, the school focused on recruiting leaders and launching operations. The second, a Community Benefit Report issued with Central Health, provides an opportunity to learn more about the relationship between Dell Med and Central Health, as well as how the school is putting community funding to work to directly benefit the people of Travis County.